Cookies can be removed on-demand and automatically based on pre-defined simple rules. Used to clean up cookies from certain sites or clean up all cookies except from certain sites. This can be done both on demand by a simple click or automatically.
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This extension is a must have tool for web developers and testers to monitor website cookies. This tool gives a easy and enhanced view of all the cookies in your browser. You can also view, add, modify and delete cookies for any website that has saved a cookie to your browser too.
Collusion is a very interesting add-on for Firefox, if you are interested in seeing how your data is tracked. Privacy fans will love this extension because it allows you to see third-party cookies and how they track your movement as you browse from website to website.
Hey you, yes you over there. You are being tracked! From web analytics to ad serving, you get tracked when you visit just about any website out there. If you are paranoid concerned about such things, then you should pick up the Firefox add-on called, DoNotTrackMe.
Tried Google’s Chrome browser and now you want to come back to Firefox? Mozilla makes it really easy to take your bookmarks from Chrome and import them into Firefox. Here is a quick step by step guide on how to get all your Chrome to Firefox bookmark importing done.
I always see a lot of confusion when it comes to website cookies. What are they for? What do they store? Are they delicious? So I thought I would take today’s post as a chance to describe what a website cookie does and why you need it (or may not need it).
The private browsing feature in Firefox is beyond helpful if you need to browse without people finding out what it is you are looking at. You might know what is usually saved when you browse online, but do you know what private browsing does not save? Here is the full list, for your information:
Firefox saves a lot of different information, but when it comes to cleaning your browser history up – how do you know what to keep and what to save? I figured I would take a minute or two to go through each thing that is saved in your Firefox history so you’ll know what exactly you are saving.
Having problems with something working on one website you want to visit? Firefox allows you to clear the history for one specific website very easily. It could be that temporary data or cookies for that website is causing you problems. Here is how you can clear the history for that website.